Fournette Among 22 Prospects Attending NFL Draft’s 1st Night
NEW YORK (AP) — The green room at the Philadelphia Museum of Art will feature a heavy Louisiana State contingent, while the Pac-12 will be dominating with seven players scheduled to attend the first night of the NFL draft.
The NFL announced Thursday night the 22 prospects and 13 college coaches confirmed for the first round April 27th.
No college will have more prospects attending than LSU with running back Leonard Fournette, safety Jamal Adams and cornerback Tre'Davious White. Coach Ed Orgeron also will be with his Tigers.
DeShone Kizer of Notre Dame, with coach Brian Kelly, will be among three quarterbacks on hand along with North Carolina's Mitchell Trubisky and Deshaun Watson of Clemson.
Defensive end Myles Garrett of Texas A and M, considered the top prospect, is not among those confirmed to attend.